“Argument and debate are common in science yet are virtually absent in science education.”
The Republican primary for South Carolina’s superintendent of education will be held on June 10.
It should be uncontroversial for students to construct scientific arguments that support and discredit natural selection as the sole or major engine of evolution.
Last year, the Committee’s Chair, Senator Conrad Appel (R., Metairie), asked the LSEA’s adversaries to produce evidence that the LSEA caused harm to someone, somewhere.
The recent importation by Ball State and Amarillo College of "academic integrity" into the domain of academic freedom is straight out of left field.